Why Book a Holiday to this top Resort



Why should anyone book a holiday to Mozambique’s remote Vamizi Island? Good question, but one that is very easy to answer. Vamizi Island is probably one of the most beautiful, the most remote, the most serene and the top luxurious island paradise found in the Quirimbas Archipelago. If you have discovered Vamizi, then you have discovered heaven on earth.

Connect with Nature

Here, guests get to really connect with nature, and themselves. The island is so relaxing that you can wear your swimming costume all day long and go to dinner in your sarong. You can lay on your huge bed til the sun is high in the sky and no one will mind.

Barefoot Luxury

A small reminder is that this is ‘bare foot luxury’ so mod cons like air-conditioning and TV do not exist. What you do instead is book a picnic lunch at The Lighthouse and watch the scenery. What you do instead is indulge in great seafood and long walks! You are forced to unwind at Vamizi Island without being bored.

Superb Diving

A guest review goes like this: “Rooms are extremely comfortable on stilts with an open sitting room and a roomy bedroom and great bathroom (with shower)….we were very pleasantly surprised being served tuna sashimi freshly fished by a guest that afternoon!!! … Service overall is attentive and friendly…. Diving is superb with some of the most pristine coral reefs I have seen anywhere. “

Multitude of Activities

Wow that about sums it up! Activities at the crescent shaped Vamizi Island includes scuba diving, fishing, snorkelling straight off the shore or from a boat, kayaking and sailing in a traditional dhow.  Vamizi Island is one big spa, offering nurturing treatments for mind, body and soul. Massages, yoga, beauty therapies – try them all and just relax. Mouth watering food fresh from the sea is prepared into a sumptuous array of traditional Mozambique dishes.

Wildlife Conservation

Your Vamizi Island holiday escape is not only about world class luxury and relaxation – it is also about the incredible marine basin and the Vamizi Island Project that combines tourism and wildlife conservation with community development.

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